#1
so, i'm building an LPB2 from GGG (under boosters) and i've got all the connections, got it working, put it in the box, went to check it before i closed the box, i checked it one more time, and all it does is make an odd thumping noise. volume knob adjusts the volume, and it works on standby. any clue?
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#3
pics wouldn't help, it's too convoluted. and yes, i checked the grounds, power, went and checked that all the parts were working, i'm confused.
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#5
no, i made sure all the wires were actually touching each other. i'm to lazy to etch my own boards.
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#7
i'll go check. good thought.
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#8
its the boogyman coming to get you.


but seriously i dont know.
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#9
haha. it was my power supply. then i realized i had it grounded wrong, still didn't work. figured out it was the transistor.

wow.
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#11
yeah, i realized my variable wattage soldering iron had switched itself.
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